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For the first time in more than three centuries, Rome had a new emperor, Charlemagne, the king of the Franks. During a Christmas mass, pope Leo III walked to where Charlemagne was kneeling and lowered a golden crown onto the king’s head.
With the fall of Rome, Europe had entered into a period of political, social, and economic decline. Small kingdoms competed to control lands once under Rome’s central authority. Among these were Charlemagne’s predecessors, the kings of the Franks.
Charlemagne had tremendous power as emperor. However, the empire was so large that it was not easy to rule. Soon after taking power, Charlemagne made several changes to make his government both efficient and effective.
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